Michael J. Renner

Drake University, Des Moines, IA, United States 
Animal cognition, organism-environment interactions, environmental enrichment, human-animal conflict, zoo behavior
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Frank A. Beach grad student 1979-1984 UC Berkeley
Stephen E. Glickman grad student 1979-1984 UC Berkeley
Mark Rosenzweig grad student 1979-1984 UC Berkeley
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Pierre PJ, Skjoldager P, Bennett AJ, et al. (2001) A behavioral characterization of the effects of food deprivation on food and nonfood object interaction: an investigation of the information-gathering functions of exploratory behavior. Physiology & Behavior. 72: 189-97
Renner MJ, Feiner AJ, Orr MG, et al. (2000) Environmental Enrichment for New World Primates: Introducing Food-Irrelevant Objects and Direct and Secondary Effects Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science. 3: 23-32
Renner MJ, Dodson DL, Leduc PA. (1992) Scopolamine suppresses both locomotion and object contact in a free-exploration situation Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior. 41: 625-636
Renner MJ, Bennett AJ, White JC. (1992) Age and sex as factors influencing spontaneous exploration and object investigation by preadult rats (Rattus norvegicus) Journal of Comparative Psychology. 106: 217-227
Renner MJ, Bennett AJ, Ford ML, et al. (1992) Investigation of inanimate objects by the greater bushbaby (Otolemur garnettii) Primates. 33: 315-327
Renner MJ, Seltzer CP. (1991) Molar characteristics of exploratory and investigatory behavior in the rat (Rattus norvegicus) Journal of Comparative Psychology. 105: 326-339
Renner MJ, Pierre PJ, Schilcher PJ. (1990) Contrast-based digital tracking versus human observers in studies of animal locomotion Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society. 28: 77-79
Renner MJ, Rosenzweig MR. (1986) Object interactions in juvenile rats (Rattus norvegicus): Effects of different experiential histories. Journal of Comparative Psychology. 100: 229-236
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